The CaringKind Connection form is designed to assist social workers, case managers, and other professionals in meeting the non-medical needs of clients with memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, as well as their families, friends, and support systems. To learn more, visit CK Connection
CaringKind works with organizations, on-site or on-line, to maximize staff learning and cultivate best practices in dementia care. We offer individualized educational programs to staff of: home care providers, adult day care programs, nursing homes, assisted living residences, social service agencies, pastoral ministries, and others. To learn more, visit Concierge Services
Understanding Dementia for Professionals
This educational seminar provides an opportunity for professionals to learn about Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia, and how to apply this information to their profession. Social Work Continuing Education Contact Hours are available for a fee.To learn more, visit Professional Education
Support Group Leader Training
CaringKind’s Support Group Leader Trainings are offered several times each year and are open to health care professionals and former caregivers who are interested in leading one of our support groups.
This intensive, four-day training incorporates both educational material with experiential group learning and includes information about dementia, caregiving and how support groups work, as well as interviews with experienced support group leaders and an overview of services offered by us. To learn more, visit Support Group Leader Training